Cute crafts to help you deck the halls and set the scene for merry Christmas memories.
Making these mini trees is easily a family affair. Parents and older kids can build the mold and pour the wax. Younger kids can add decorations with acrylic paint, which is safe to burn.
This perfect-for-any-age project uses glass jars to give a warm glow to your entry or mantel. You can punch letters, a snowflake pattern, or any other festive design.
This garland really shines when draped on a wreath or tree -- outside, of course.
These elegant geometric snowflakes come together with just glue, glitter, and cotton swabs.
Even the youngest kids can help make these twinkling beauties. Cookie cutters are pressed into warm wax, then the cooled shapes are strung on wicks.
This personalized stamp makes it fun to sign holiday cards, thank-you notes, and artwork.
If last year's scarf doesn't match this winter's wardrobe, turn it into a bolster pillow that'll help you hibernate in comfort and style.
This charming crew came to life when a pomegranate juice bottle reminded crafter Kimberly Stoney of a certain frosty fellow.
Got deliveries turning up on your doorstep? Repurpose those cardboard cartons into a truly green tannenbaum -- great for a bedroom or playroom.
Reader Hallie Lowe of Cedar Park, Texas, sweetens her home's front entry with a string of super-sized treats, cleverly constructed from take-out containers.
Collect cardboard tubes to make this clever countdown calendar. It looks pretty hung on a wall and contains little surprises for each December day until Christmas.
Get a jump on April Fool's with this yummy (looking) treat. A simple technique creates the whipped cream; brown dye gives the cocoa its luscious color.
While you may find an orange or two in your Christmas stocking, here the fruit really gets a chance to shine.
This project offers an easy introduction to candle making with molds. Our candle has three layers of similar colors, but you can design yours with as many layers and colors as you like.
In just three steps, kids can create something they can wear all season long.
A festive way to help seat your Christmas guests.
Go British this Christmas with these traditional paper crowns.
Make Your Mark
A New Use for an Old Scarf
The A-Bottle-Able Snowmen
Clamshell Candy Chain
Tubular Advent Wreath
Hot Cocoa Candle
Christmas Tree Pin
Christmas Tree Place Cards
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